Headies 2019: King Promise Wins
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Headies 2019: King Promise Wins “African Artiste Recognition” Award

Headies Awards 2019: King Promise wins “African Artiste Recognition” category.

Ghanaian highlife and afrobeats singer-songwriter, Gregory Bortey Newman, who goes by the stage name King Promise has emerged winner of the “African Artiste Recognition” category at the just ended Headies Awards 2019.

The Tokyo hit maker won the award with his CCTV hit song which features Sarkodie and Mugeez of R2bees fame.

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King Promise, African Artiste Recognition winner at Headies Awards 2019: Townflex

Big congrats to King Promise for beating other great talents from Africa to emerge victorious in the category, these artistes are in the likes of Master KG from South Africa, Afro B from Ivory Coast, Sauti Sol from Kenya and DJ Maphoriza also from South Africa.

 

AFRICAN ARTISTE RECOGNITION

Master KG – Skeleton Moves(SOUTH AFRICA)
Afro B – Drogba (Joanna)(IVORY COAST)
Sauti Sol – Melanin (KENYA)
King Promise – CCTV (GHANA) – Winner
DJ Maphoriza – iWalk Ye Phara (SOUTH AFRICA)

If you still haven’t seen tye full list of winners yet then click on the link to have a glance at the Full List Of Winners At 2019 Headies Awards.

 

What Is Headies Awards?

The Headies (originally called the Hip Hop World Awards) is a music awards show established in 2006 by the Hip Hop World Magazine of Nigeria to recognize outstanding achievements in the Nigerian music industry. The annual ceremony features performances by established and promising artists.

 

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Source: Townflex.com
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